Monthly Archives: July 2013

New Esri Open Source Javascript Projects: Esri-Leaflet, Geoservices.js, Terraformer, Pushlet


We are happy to announce four open source Javascript projects we’ve been working on in the last few months! Esri-Leaflet is a Javascript library to help developers build lightweight applications using the Leaflet Javascript mapping library. Geoservices.js is a Javascript … Continue reading

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Model ArcGIS Online Organizations


Setting up your ArcGIS Online organization can be facilitated by using a model organization. You can think of these as templates that provide a pattern you can follow and things you can consider for setting up the framework of your … Continue reading

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Band combinations for Worldview 2

water depth composite

Last week I wrote up a cheat sheet for transitioning from Landsat 7 to Landsat 8 that went into the band specifications and listed some common band compositions. Due to popular demand, I’m going to do something similar for Worldview … Continue reading

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Introducing the ArcGIS Online Model Organization for Emergency Management

EM Model Org Groups

In an effort to help you configure your ArcGIS Online subscription for Emergency Management we are providing this template to help you get started.  This is the first application that we are releasing as part of our ArcGIS 10.2 update … Continue reading

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Esri Maps for SharePoint 3.0 Released!

Esri Maps Web Part

We are pleased to announce the release of Esri Maps for SharePoint 3.0. Esri Maps for SharePoint supports Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and 2013 and offers interactive and configurable mapping components that can give you a geospatial view of your organization’s … Continue reading

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Scheduling a Python script or model to run at a prescribed time


At the Spatial Analysis and Geoprocessing island at this year’s user conference, several folks asked us about running a Python script or ModelBuilder model at a prescribed time — usually in the early morning when their computers are bored and … Continue reading

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Available Now: ArcGIS for Local Government 10.2 Release


This week, we launched the 10.2 release of the ArcGIS for Local Government solution.  It includes an update to each application (new Add-ins and updated web applications) along with new maps and the local government information model that you can … Continue reading

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Business Analyst Online New Feature Series – Data Browser

In the second blog of the Business Analyst Online Evolution new features series, we will discuss the Data Browser and how it helps you easily find data needed for color-coded maps, smart map search analysis and custom reports.  The thousands of data variables included in Business Analyst Online are now organized into unique categories for easy access.  You can browse for population, income or race data just by clicking the category button to drill down to specific data within that category.  I love the new icons in the Data Browser because they are visually appealing and make it easy to identify your desired data.

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ArcGIS Online for State Government

ArcGIS Online for Environment and Natural Resources

The ArcGIS for State Government team has released an  ArcGIS Online model Organization that will help you set up an ArcGIS Online subscription for state government and departments within state government. The model organization will provide a pattern you can follow … Continue reading

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UC Water/Wastewater and Water Resources follow-up

D. Maidment cutting 20th anniversary cake!

by Christa Campbell and Caitlin Scopel, Esri It was another great year in San Diego! The two-day preconference Water/Wastewater and Water Resources meetings kicked off an exciting week. At this year’s UC, the water community had to choose from 34 … Continue reading

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